In KS-gym we train BJJ, Judo and Jiu-Jutsu
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is a fascinating martial art and combat-sport!
The BJJ has its roots in traditional Judo and Jiu Jitsu by Jigoro Kano.It has been developed since the 20s of the last century public and was improved by the Gracie family in Brazil. There is hardly a martial arts system that has so many different techniques as BJJ.
The officially most famous fighter Royce Gracie won in 1993 the first big UFC tournament with no weight classes. It was on Rickson Gracie to start, but Royce Gracie decided that he wanted to represent his family as a fighter and came against martial artists from all disciplines in this young organization called UFC. His weight at this time was around 80kg, so that the effectiveness of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has been proved.
In our club, the BJJ - Training is led by Mikael Heydari, who represents the school of Hilti-BJJ from Stockholm. The Swedes were able to gain a lot of experience and success in a number of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and grappling tournaments for themselves.
Mikael Heydari is purple belt and technically well-versed what he proved in competition again and again. Among other things, he was able to gain a World Title in BJJ.
(BJJ-competitioin with Mikael Heydari)
The Judo training is led by Sascha who has been active since his childhood in judo and has achieved lots of success in competition for the KS-Gym. In 2010 he won the Open Class ADCC grappling and was elected in 2011 as the most successful submitter in the Shooto Association.
In judo it is primarily throws and other techniques. Fighting the opponent on the ground with basic techniques are also part of judo training.
Stephan Feldmeier taking part on a BJJ and Judo competition!
In addition, we also train techniques of Ju-Jitsu, which will combine elements of karate, judo, and BJJ with effective self-defense techniques.
We train these martial arts with Gi!
In Judo, Stephan Feldmeier is competing for ESV Munich-Laim.